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as violent as this shooter did. bill whitaker this morning will tell us more about the young man who allegedly opened fire in a crowded movie theatre. bob orr will have the latest on the administration of the shootings and barry petersen will remember those who died. lee cowan will take us to aurora for our sunday morning cover story. >> a shooting at century theaters. >> it was cold, it was calculated, and it was deadly. >> i'm so sorry for the other families. and all of the mend and women dead who didn't make it. >> even suspect's home was rigged with explosives to raise the death count even more. >> there are those who don't even want to speak the gunman's name preferring instead to speak of the victims. >> as we will later on sunday morning. >> we do have other more hopeful stories to tell you about this morning, including hot wheels from rita braver, all about kids stepping up to the children of hurdling downward. >> for generations, the soapbox derby made veteran racers out of nervous kids. >> i was just like oh, i am kind of scared but after that, i was like i have got the pow
, today being the 8th. still life goes on and on and on, particularly for the many among us who are now staying active well into their 90s and even beyond. scientists investigating the secrets of longevity are making some intriguing discoveries. as barry pederson will report in our sunday morning cover story. >> reporter: what if you could add a decade to your life just by changing your diet and making new friends? that's the buzz in longevity circles thanks to research. how close? >> i see in terms of the choices we make, we can do this today. >> reporter: answers to an age-old question coming up this sunday morning. >> osgood: coming home is a story from our mark strassman about one woman's determination and compassion. >> yeah, i mean, when you get 19 acres of land, you can build your dream completely without compromising any part of it. >> reporter: she has always had an american dream. not just for herself but for hundreds of kids who came to the united states as war refugees. >> i think a lot of people take being an american for granted. all of us came to this country for a better
is denying reports of its soldiers using heavy weapons against civilians, it says military in the town of tremseh thursday was aimed at a group of armed rebels but activists say more than 100 civilians were killed, u.n. monitors are investigating, the international red cross today said it considers the conflict in syria to be a full-blown civil war. >> hillary clinton is in egypt today pressing military leaders about their commitment to democracy, the secretary of state is urging them to hand overpower to the country's new y elected governments. >> more than two centuries ago the french set off down the road to democracy, yesterday, they marked bastille day in grand fashion, capping the festivities with a firework display over the eiffel tower. >> and here is today's forecast. hot and humid from coast to coast, with a good chance of storms as well. things won't change much in the week ahead, you will probably want to keep an umbrella handy. >> it is not a bad place to live. >> you know, it is gorgeous -- >> next, a conversation with president and michelle obama. >> and later, a summer
to show the country what he could do which is a pity as mo rocca will be showing us. >> reporter: few people remember james garfield. he was president for less than a year when he was assassinated. >> he was without question one of the most extraordinary men ever elected president. he was absolutely brilliant. >> reporter: ahead on sunday morning, the president who didn't have to die even after he was shot. >> osgood: when you see that famous mountain at the start of the movie you know you're about to see paramount picture. paramount and its famous peak have enjoyed a long run as lee cowan will be telling us, a very long run. >> reporter: it was 100 years ago that the curtain first rose on paramount pictures. and through its gates paraded some of the biggest stars in hollywood. >> when you're here late at night, do you go... do the ghosts of the old studio haunt you a little bit? >> i think there's ghosts all over this lot to be honest with you. >> reporter: paramount pictures. legends and more ahead on sunday morning. >> osgood: shipping out is a phrase we use to refer to troops depa
to prove his point. lee cowan will be taking us on a ride through that history in our sunday morning cover stor. story. >> reporter: a question that this man has been driving at for years. what came first, the car or the culture that they came to represent? >> what came first, the chicken or the egg, right. >> reporter: no matter what's in your garage, the 15 cars he says are the country's most influential just might surprise you. ahead on sunday morning. >> osgood: however long or short your drive, you do want the hotel where you spend your night to pamper you in the lap of luxury. that's what movie stars and other notables have come to expect. the famous hotel we will be going to. >> reporter: in a town where people live to see and be seen, celebrities who prize their privacy have long sought refuge behind the pink walls and lush greenery of the beverly hills hotel. howard hughes, marilyn monroe and clark gable are just a few whose secrets were locked behind the doors of the hotel. >> i can't comment on that. but i would imagine some people were getting together that weren't supposed to
using tanks artillery and helicopter gunships are attacking rebel strongholds in aleppo, the country's largest city. rebels say they've been able to hold their positions. no more deals. germany's finance minister says greece must abide by the terms of its bailout. part of that means athens has to stick with its drastic austerity program. after a rather splashy olympic opening ceremony in london on friday, american swimmers created some waves of their own yesterday in the marquis match-up ryan lochte won the gold medal in the 400-meter individual medley and beat teammate phelps by more than four seconds. phelps finished fourth. it was the first time phelps failed to win a medal in a race in the sid nee games of 2000. for today's forecast, seasonably warm across the country with more heavy storms likely in the east and midwest. july gives way to the dog days of august. this week more heat, humidity and if we're lucky some needed rain. >> you lie to me, i'll wipe up the floor with you worse than anybody else who has ever tackled you. >> osgood: ahead court is in session. >> if you live
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